A weak storm system is expected to reach San Diego on Tuesday night, dropping up to a half inch of rain before the weather clears on Thursday morning.
“Scattered showers will arrive from the west Tuesday night, be most prevalent Wednesday through Thursday morning, then gradually diminish on Thursday,” the National Weather Service office in San Diego said.
The storm comes after a period of typical warm, sunny weather in the San Diego region, and will be followed by another Pacific storm next week.
“A break in the showers is expected Friday, but a few additional showers could arrive on Saturday, as the southern extent of a storm system clips the area,” the weather service said. “Another storm system is on the horizon for the middle part of next week.”
The weather service said only limited snow is expected in the mountains, and there is no danger of flash flooding
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